I asked myself a question one day, "How much weight could I lift if I could lift weight without killing myself" and do this in a progressive manner without destroying my CNS all while working a job and trying to run two brands.
So here's what I did:
I looked at one of my typical routines a body part split where I focus on one muscle group a day i.e. Chest day, Leg day, Back day etc... Then I added all of my totals, chest, back, shoulders, legs, and arms to see how much total weight I moved in a week aka how much "work" I completed, after all you are working your muscles.
Now back to what I did:
I looked at how much total weight I typically lifted per muscle group per week. Of the big three - chest, back, legs, - chest was the one where I did the least volume which is normal as it is a smaller group. I used that as my baseline for a program I called Accumulated Failure.
I designed the Accumulated Failure program as a way to lift more in a typical work week while I'm working a job, and running the Johnny Kahuna® and Kahuna Strength™ brands.
*I'm on week 3 of #KahunaStrengthAF right now and after I complete week 4 I will have complete my notes and release program for free downloading.